The focus will now be on the consolation bonus of R50 000 in the R630 000 World Sports Betting East Cape Poly Challenge.

Juan Two Three won the first leg but will not be in action in the next two legs. That means the bonus of R250 000 to the owner of a horse that wins all three legs is not in the picture anymore.

Breakfast Club ran second in the first leg and will be back for the second leg at Fairview to try and get enough points for the consolation bonus.

The consolation bonus goes to the horse that performed the best in the series but must have participated in all three legs and must have won at least one leg.

The second leg is the R110 000 WSB Poly Challenge 1400 on 12th April and the final leg on 10th May over 1600m.